Patrice Lewis @ WND brings up what many are thinking:
I want a divorce.
No, not from my husband. We’ve been married 24 years so far, and I love him dearly. I would never divorce him.
But I want a divorce from America. Specifically what America has become, and is becoming.
I want to live in the America conceived by the Founding Fathers and modified by the Bill of Rights. I want to live in a place where the government’s job isn’t to subsidize lazy people or interfere unconstitutionally with international affairs or harass innocent people for what they do with their own property or with their possessions. I want to live in a country where such critical things as education, health care and use of property are left up to the free market with healthy competition, instead of becoming government-run monopolies with destructive results.
You see, America has broken its vows to me and every other citizen, the vows put forth in the founding documents. With those vows broken, divorce is a viable option.
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